• The Roles of Physicians: Who Are the Students, Interns, Residents, and Doctors in the Healthcare Facility?

    The Roles of Physicians: Who Are the Students, Interns, Residents, and Doctors in the Healthcare Facility?

    There are differences between the levels and the names of doctors in the medical field. Whether you’re a medical student, intern, resident, fellow, or attending, the roles of physicians in a doctor hierarchy change as students progress from interns to fully trained physicians. Below is a guide to clarify the roles and education levels of

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  • Career Planning Tips for Medical Students and New Graduates

    Career Planning Tips for Medical Students and New Graduates

    Upon deciding to go to medical school, there were specific goals and requirements set in place that led to your acceptance into a medical program. As important as it is to get into medical school, it’s just as important to outline your short-term and long-term career goals to continue on track with your career. Below are

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  • Locum Tenens for General Surgery

    Locum Tenens for General Surgery

    The lifestyle of a general surgeon is one of the busiest in medicine. According to the American College of Surgeons, they average 50- to 60-hour work weeks, not including on-call duties. Demands on their time are especially substantial for solo practitioners, those of small private groups, or staff at small or mid-sized hospitals. The term “general”

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  • Benefits of Telepsychiatry

    Benefits of Telepsychiatry

    We are all familiar with the concept and benefits of telemedicine. While telemedicine is the process of providing long-distance healthcare through technology, telepsychiatry is a subset of telemedicine. This type of medicine has a full range of services under its belt, including psychiatric evaluations, different kinds of therapies, patient education, and medication management. What Is

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